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June 19, 2020

19th Jun 2020 @ 10:13 by kristen@hawleywine.com




Heard it Through the Grapevine

New Hawley Membership Referral Program!

We have begun a new referral program for our current wine club members! If you're a member of the Hawley Wine Club, you might have many reasons why you dig our wines, our story, our service or - you name it! We encourage you to spread the word and share with your circle of friends and family the reasons why you are a loyal Hawley Club Member!

Refer a Friend

As a current Hawley Member, if your friends decide to join our club online, have them mention your name and you'll BOTH receive FREE shipping on your next club shipment! Don't forget they need to give us your name! They'll use the "referrer" box on the club sign up form to name you. Have more than one friend to refer? You can stack your referrals to receive free shipping on multiple club orders!

Local Club Members

Don't need to ship? We can offer additional 15% off your next club pick up, in lieu of free shipping!

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Guidelines:
This offer applies to new referrals after April 1, 2020.
This offer applies to referrers/referred upon confirmation of new membership sign up.
The referrers must be current club members and must be named upon sign up.
This offer applies to UPS Ground rates, not Summer Shipping rates. Upgraded orders must pay the difference in rates.
This offer applies to shipping within the continental U.S. Unfortunately, we cannot ship to UT, KY or MS.

We are excited to offer this deal! We are a very small winery and other restrictions and guidelines may develop. Let us know if you have any questions or concerns! Contact us: (707) 431-2705 ext 1



June 13, 2020

13th Jun 2020 @ 10:05 by kristen@hawleywine.com




WE ARE BACK!

Hawley Tasting Room & Gallery is OPEN!

The center photo above is a throwback of the Hawley's 10 YEARS AGO opening our tasting room for the first time! We are delighted to announce, after 3 months of being closed, we reopened on Friday June 12th and it was a smashing success! We plan to be open 12-7pm Fridays-Sundays and will be seating indoors and outdoors. Serving award-winning wines and showing new artwork by Dana Hawley! Please note will be following all County Health guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID19, including:
Seating at tables at least 6 feet apart
Face masks worn by staff and required for guests upon arrival
Groups will be limited to 10 people or less.

Walk-ins welcome and reservations accepted!
Contact us to reserve your table!

Hawley Tasting Room & Gallery
Fridays - Sundays
12:00-7:00pm
36 North Street in Downtown Healdsburg
(707) 431-2705 ext 2
taste@hawleywine.com



June 3, 2020

3rd Jun 2020 @ 16:53 by kristen@hawleywine.com

Book A Picnic at the Hawley Estate!




We are excited to announce that our vineyard is now open for reservations!

Book your Outdoor Tasting Experience at Hawley!

The best way to enjoy Hawley Wines is by sipping at the source! Your private tasting will be accompanied with a fresh, artisan boxed lunch meal from Dry Creek General Store. Sip wines from a safe distance and learn about our award winning wines, certified organic vineyard, bountiful garden and towering hop yard!

Private Tour & Picnic $50/person,
or $35/person for Wine Club members
BOOK A PICNIC

Vine-side Bottle Pick Up

Order your wines online and choose "Pick Up At Winery" at check out! Pick up orders will receive a 10% discount! (Members get additional 10% off pick up orders!)
SHOP NOW!

Hawley Delivered to You

Have your wines shipped safely over the hot Summer months with our "Summer Shipping" method! Our Summer Shipping method delivers via OVERNIGHT shipping so your wines will not be in transit for long! That said, please allow extra time for logistics while we confirm, pack and submit your order to UPS.
SHOP NOW!

Want to get the Club Discount? JOIN OUR CLUB!


We are here to help! If you have any questions please contact us:

Phone: 707-431-2705 ext 1
Email: info@hawleywine.com



May 22, 2020

22nd May 2020 @ 14:44 by kristen@hawleywine.com

Sip Hawley Wines all Summer Long!


Hot temperatures won't keep us from shipping award winning wines to your door this season! Our Summer Shipping delivers via UPS Next Day Air at 76% off normal rates!!



Choose SUMMER SHIPPING at checkout!

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Have an account already? LOGIN

We are here to help! If you have any questions please contact us:

Phone: 707-431-2705 ext 1
Email: wineclub@hawleywine.com




April 30, 2019

30th Apr 2020 @ 16:22 by kristen@hawleywine.com




Stock up on Surprise Wines for Mom! (Offer good from April 23rd- May 10th 2020)


Use Promo Codes for 6 or 12 bottle orders of Mendocino County Wines Only!

$10 Flat Rate Shipping on SIX bottle Mendocino Wine orders use code: LITTLEHELPER

FREE shipping on TWELVE bottle, Mendocino Wine orders use code: BIGHELPER


For UPS Ground Delivery by Mothers Day, weather and current events permitting:
EAST COAST: Order by Tuesday 4.28.20
CENTRAL STATES: Order by Thursday 4.30.20
MOUNTAIN STATES: Order by Monday 5.1.20
WEST COAST: Order by Tuesday 5.5.20

MIX & MATCH!


2017 Viognier, Mendocino County

Retail $20/btl, Wine Club $16
Gold Medal - Mendocino County Fair
Gold Medal - Orange County Fair

2017 Old Vine Zinfandel, Mendocino County

Retail $26/btl, Wine Club $20.80
Gold Medal- West Coast Wine Competition


Want to get the Club Discount on top of the Shipping Special? JOIN OUR CLUB!


We are here to help! If you have any questions please contact us:

Phone: 707-431-2705 ext 1
Email: wineclub@hawleywine.com
Restrictions: Must be 21 or older to order. The promo code LITTLEHELPER only applies to orders containing 6 bottles of Mendocino County wines. The promo code BIGHELPER only applies to orders containing 12 bottles of Mendocino County wines. Both promo codes cannot be combined with other offers or wine club allotments. Flat rate shipping good for UPS Ground and within continental US states only. Unfortunately we cannot ship to UT, MS or KY. Some states are too hot to ship and we will handle those orders on a case-by-case basis. Alabama orders must be accompanied with ABC Form. This offer ends Mothers Day May 10th.



March 17, 2020

17th Mar 2020 @ 12:11 by kristen@hawleywine.com





Stay Home and Sip Hawley.


We are amazed at the online support we have received from our customers and club family during this uncertain time. The health of our community, family and staff is our top priority, and the time has come for us to temporarily close our tasting room in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Since there will be many of us spending hours in solitude at home, we hope that you'll open a bottle of Sonoma County wine tonight and take a moment to appreciate our lives, health, families, friends, pets, etc. We are in uncharted territory, but, this too shall pass.

For those of you who might wish to show your support for Hawley during this time, we will be extending our Futures Sale through the end of the month of March. For those of you who wish to stock up on a couple extra bottles of finished wine, we are offering $5 shipping on a case of current release, 750ml. wines with the promo code "SIPSONOMA" through March 31st.

Stay home, sip some Hawley wine and we will touch base again soon!

Happy St. Patrick's Day,
The Hawley Team



January 17, 2020

17th Jan 2020 @ 14:54 by kristen@hawleywine.com





FOUR GOLD MEDALS from SF Chronicle Wine Competition!!

Lets face it, we are very lucky to be producing world class wines alongside many other incredible boutique wineries in our area. Our region is ideal for cultivating happy vines and we thrive in a community of people who put all their passion into making a beverage that reflects the land as much as the brand. The rest of us? We get to buy a bottle, pop a cork, pour a glass and enjoy every sip with friends and family. It is a win-win situation.

The San Francisco Chronicle decided to take on wine producers from all over North America, and hundreds from our sweet, little mecca here in Sonoma County. The judges taste each wine for nuances; balance, richness, complexity, acidity, mouthfeel, finish and so on. The SF Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest wine competition in Northern California and we are pitted against our friends and neighbors, some we've gone to high school with or lived down the street from us growing up. We are proud of our wine region for all the awards pulled in at this event!!

We are very excited to announce that the following Hawley wines came back with gold medals:

2018 Viognier, Sonoma County

Current Release! This vintage is a blend of two vineyards: McKinney Vineyard in Russian River Valley and our certified organic estate vineyard in Dry Creek Valley.

2017 Estate Zinfandel, Hawley Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley

Releasing to the Hawley Wine Club in February 2020
Made with organically grown fruit on our estate vineyard on Bradford Mountain. This is a field blend picked separately and blended to 94% Zin, 6% Petite Sirah.

2016 Estate Merlot, Hawley Vineyard

Current Release!
This vintage is a blend of 76% Merlot and 24% Cabernet Franc, and it is aged for 24 months on French oak. Made with organically grown fruit on our estate vineyard on Bradford Mountain.

2015 Broadwing, Estate Meritage, Hawley Vineyard

Releasing to the Hawley Wine Club in 2021
Only two barrels are made of this Bordeaux-style blend. Made with organically grown fruit on our estate vineyard on Bradford Mountain, this is a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc.

Cheers to all who work so hard for their craft!



December 12, 2019

12th Dec 2019 @ 15:02 by kristen@hawleywine.com


Harvest 2019 In Review

This year’s harvest ended like an action movie! While most of Sonoma County was being evacuated due to the Kincade Fire, John and Austin stayed behind to press off our last fermenting grapes of the season. Powered only by generator, they pressed out Cabernet Franc as over 5,000 firefighters and dozens of aircraft battled a blaze just over the hills that threatened our towns of Healdsburg and Windsor. We feel very lucky to have our friends and family safe and are indebted to the heroic efforts that saved our community from certain devastation.
The 2019 harvest was not an easy one, but one worth the toil. We knew in June that this would be a late harvest. The region experienced a hot summer which paradoxically delayed ripening; when temperatures continuously reach above 90 degrees the vines will shut down resulting in slower development and longer hang time. Veraison (when the grapes change from green to red) is a signal that harvest is about a month off, yet there were still green grapes on the vines in August. We picked our first grapes, apart from the Viognier for sparkling, on September 13th and our last pick was on October 15th. We are used to and plan for a two-month harvest so this one was extremely condensed and very atypical. With just half the time to process everything, we quickly became maxed out on crucial elements such as tank space, picking crews, and just plain hours in the day. In the end, we were rewarded for our long hours with amazing concentration of flavors and balanced acidity.
We are relieved to have made it through such a stressful and challenging harvest and grateful to have a family of club members that support and appreciate the wines we work so hard on all year long.


Organic Farming - Cover Crop

We are blessed to have a healthy and bountiful organic vineyard, especially because being certified organic means that we are unable to use chemical fertilizers in our soil. Instead, we grow a cover crop to enrich our soil with organic matter and nitrogen to feed the future vintage. Each November, after the last of the fruit has been picked, we sow a special mixture of seeds in between vineyard rows. This seed mixture includes nitrogen-fixing plants like sweet pea, bell beans, vetch, clover and oat straw, which grow over the winter and into spring. These plants produce nitrogen compounds and, when they die, release it to be used as nutrients for the vines. By mid April we begin mowing the waist-high vegetation and till it into the soil so that it will naturally compost itself and become food for the budding vines.




November 5, 2019

5th Nov 2019 @ 13:56 by kristen@hawleywine.com

New Vintage, New Lease on Life

Along with the entire county, the Hawley Winery team prepared for evacuation a mere week after our last fruit was harvested for the 2019 vintage. A fire across the valley in Geyserville had started the evening of October 23rd and a windstorm in the forecast threatened to spread the fire straight across our county in the days following. Though we couldn't see it clearly until the week was over, it became very apparent that our lives were saved through the combined and tireless efforts of our fire crews, law enforcement and local officials. These personnel took every measure of precaution and carefully evacuated most of Northern Sonoma County. PG&E preemptively shut power off to most of the county as well, in hopes to reduce the probability of more fires starting due to downed power lines during the wind storm. No lives were lost in the Kincade fire thus far, and at 85% containment for today, we breathe a massive sigh of relief.

Our community returned home with a whole new lease on life. Downtown Healdsburg is alive and bustling, the sky is blue, green trees just beginning to change to fall colors, and one would not know there had been a fire in the area unless you knew where to look. Austin and John pressed out or last grapes, the winery is safe, and though our nerves have been affected by the fires, our new 2019 vintage has not.

The 2019 Harvest season started strong with our Estate Viognier fruit picked on August 29th. After that, we brought in Zin for Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, more Viognier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Merlot, Rockpile Zin, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Nebbiolo, Late Harvest Zin, and on October 17th, the last fruit picked was Russian River Zinfandel! Seven weeks of harvest mania: long days, hard work, shuffling equipment, and lots of cleaning. We couldn't be happier with the quality of our fruit this year and we look forward to an epic bottling in December. If you haven't already, check out Hawley harvest photos and videos here: #HawleyHarvest2019





August 29, 2019

29th Aug 2019 @ 14:56 by kristen@hawleywine.com

Harvest Has Officially Begun at Hawley Vineyard!

In the wee hours this morning, with the help of Clendenan Vineyard Management, we harvested and crushed our very first fruit of the season! Our 2019 Estate Viognier fruit, which is certified organic, is at the perfect sugar and pH levels for making into Sparkling Viognier!! For those of you who had the opportunity to try our first vintage of Sparkling Viognier last year, you're in for another treat even tastier! This time around we are whole-cluster pressing this fruit, which should lend to a better finessed wine. Whole-cluster pressing means that we are foregoing the standard steps of de-stemming and crushing the berries and, instead, simply pressing the entire clusters whole. It is a gentler approach and most often used when making high end, delicate white wines as the technique lends itself to less oxidation and astringency. Get more behind the scenes footage and updates throughout our harvest season by following #HawleyHarvest2019 and liking Hawley on Facebook!


CLICK HERE TO WATCH! Austin Hawley introduces the First Grapes of 2019 Harvest